Updated: AUG 2020
NAME: Corey Pierce
RESTROOM ACCIDENTS: No
EATING HABITS: Using napkins as needed.
ALLERGIC: Gentacidin & Polymyxin
I AM WORKING FOR CHART: No, Daily Score
DROP-OFF W/ NO GUARDIAN: Yes
MEDIA/PHOTOGRAPHY CONSENT: Yes
The participant has authorized consent from parents or guardians to utilize Facebook for weekly wrap-ups.
JOB TITLE: Dining Room Attendant
Customer Service, Maintaining cleanliness of Dining room and Restrooms, Stocking Salsa Bar, napkins, Salsa cups, and straws as needed.
MANAGER'S NAME: Raquel
EMPLOYEE ID #: 5355 369 PW: 5355 0442
Greet the staff and manager
Clock in first, then answer Covid19 Screening and check the temperature.
Ask the manager for a deep cleaning task of the day.
Taking out trash (checking for kitchen trash as well)
Sweeping parking lot (take one small bad and one large bag, the large bag is for the trash in the patio)
Check, stock and clean restrooms
Clean patio tables
Check for ice
Take the trash out again
*** we add any deep cleaning tasks in between others***
Check out with the manager
WHAT IS IMPORTANT TO ME
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
& DO TO SUPPORT ME
I enjoy being a team leader and you can count on me to help out when you need me.
I love to sit in the front seat.
Staying Focused/Sense of Urgency:
Ensuring the cleanliness of my store is very important to me that I sometimes lose focus and will pay attention to even the smallest piece of trash. Please help me by setting clear expectations and prioritizing tasks through front-loading.
Although I am a great leader, I am not a fan of working with others and prefer to do my own thing. I do not enjoy group activities. You can help me by teaching me the importance of being a team player and encourage me to participate more in group activities.
Being a dining room attendant is an important role and it can become exhausting sometimes to stay positive. I may need some reminding to make sure that I am going above and beyond for guests.